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6 ways to explore Space with Apple TV

Apple TV continues to evolve, not only is it becoming a key tool for self-learning , now even enthusiastic rocket scientists armchair thanks to this handful of bright apps for astronomers and wannabe space travelers they can look at.

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NASA’s space app

With 17 million downloads across all platforms so far (iOS devices, Android and Fire OS), NASA’s app holds a tremendous wealth of unique information at the command of any space enthusiast. You can explore the sights and pictures from space, and stay up to date with real space missions. You’ll see high-definition video streams, 3D satellite tracking maps, mission updates, and more from NASA on Apple TV. The app also provides a library of 15,000 stunning space images. There’s something for music fans, it also gives you access to NASA’s own alternative rock station, Third Rock.

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Take a walk through space

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You can explore space in a truly intimate way with Solar Walk.

Another great app for armchair astronomers and space enthusiasts, Solar Walk 2 lets you explore the familiar universe from a range of angles. The app gives you fantastic details and you don’t see any scenes on NASA – you can even see the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope when they land on Earth. Developers create their own models of spaces from photos and blueprints, and you can explore the close-up detail in detail. This critically acclaimed app is one of the top selling apps you will find in the App Store.

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This app will help you map Star

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Where can I find that star?

A useful app for any Strager, Night Sky lets you explore maps of the sun, offer interactive 3D models of the solar system, and collect data from thousands of stars, planets and satellites. There’s also an up-to-date news section and a night sky view, with the latter offering you a real-time guide to the stars above now.

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What is the weather like on Mars?

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The Mars Weather app provides you with a range of fascinating and unique views from the Query Rover in search of the surface of Mars. The app provides all kinds of information, including the latest weather information collected by search. The app also offers a range of photos taken from space and by Rover itself, which you can skip through or autoplay. Weather information is provided by the atmospheric synthesis of Mars air (Shastus Mee)

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Space Flight Game …

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With StarFlight they are flying through.

Starfield TV can be much more like flying through your choice of 24 color star fields than a fantasy of space exploration rather than a real exploration of the solar system. You can set the speed of travel, choose the direction and number of wires. While this app shouldn’t be seen as an educational app in the traditional sense, it fills the gap of being an attractive little screen saver for your Apple TV.

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Feel like an astronaut? See the world from space …

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Just travel round the planet.

The Earthlapse TV app is like a virtual window on the International Space Station that lets you look down at the earth below, like a continuous space explorer. This means you can explore the world in real time, explore the Aurora Borealis off the coast of Brazil, or take a stage trip. While it uses some of the same video feeds that you’ll find in the excellent NASA TV app, it does have features that make it unique. One of them is its graphics, which are built using Apple’s powerful metal graphics engine. You will find 18 unique videos taken by ISS astronauts, eight different soundtracks and four different clocks.

Apple TV, your gateway to the stars

Apple TV is a brilliant platform for learning and we will return to the theme quite frequently. Why? Because the unity between apps, Apple TV and DAN offers a strong, your own window to the world.

 

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